Living With Low Vision

Picture of a magnifier over lettersA special no-cost program presented by the Center for the Visually Impaired (CVI). This program is for:

  • Individuals experiencing vision loss including difficulty reading mail and medication labels, using a computer or walking safely.
  • Family members and caregivers
  • Healthcare and social service providers
  • Staff at senior centers and retirement communities

The 1st clinic will be held at Dublin First United Methodist Church.

WHERE: Dublin First United Methodist Church, 305 West Gaines Street, Dublin, Georgia 32021

WHEN: Monday, May 1, 2017

TIME: 9:30-11:00 am OR 1:30-3:00 pm

Contact: Diane Lumpkin at 704-236-7444 or

The 2nd clinic will be held at First Baptist Church Milledgeville

WHERE: First Baptist Church Milledgeville, 330 South Liberty Street, Milledgeville, Georgia 31061

WHEN: Friday, May 12, 2017

TIME: 9:30-11:00 am OR 1:30-3:00 pm

Contact: Diane Lumpkin at 704-236-7444 or

Living With Low Vision is a two-part, no-cost program including:

Vision 101-This presentation will feature an overview of vision loss, a discussion of adaptive techniques and devices, and a demonstration of Orientation and Mobility techniques for safe travel, inside and outside the home. A social worker will be present to meet with individuals. Featured optical devices from CVI's VisAbility Store will be available for hands-on-trials and purchase.

Low Vision Clinic-An optometrist who is a low vision specialist will perform a thorough low vision exam. A low vision specialist will conduct an evaluation of all aspects of daily living activities, an assessment to determine if optical aids would be beneficial, and training on devices. Orientation and Mobility training and information about community services will be provided.

To download a brochure describing this program click here.

CVI is grateful to Georgia's Drive For Sight program which awarded us a grant to fund this life-changing work. The Georgia "Drive for Sight" Program is based on voluntary donations. Georgia drivers may choose to donate one dollar at the time of their initial or renewal application for motor vehicle drivers' licenses.